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LOVERRO: Championship mettle now part of Capitals' DNA

The Capitals -- one game away from moving on to the second round of the NHL playoffs and a showdown against former coach Barry Trotz's New York Islanders -- are showing what NBC Sports hockey analyst Eddie Olczyk referred to as their "Stanley Cup pedigree."

Real traitors go unnamed

Significantly missing from the Mueller report is the conclusion that the Clinton campaign, the U.S. intelligence community and anti-Trumpers in the British Commonwealth relying on Russian sources colluded to take down then-candidate and now-President Trump using fabricated "fake news" allegations of collusion with Russia.

Take off blinders, Democrats

The Democratic Party is the proverbial donkey with blinders on. It has done nothing in the two years since President Trump's election other than undermine and obstruct Mr. Trump and the American people.

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A day to hug a bug

This isn't your father's Earth Day. The celebration of all things "green" turns 49 on Monday, and it's starting to show the inevitable signs of age. That might be a good thing. With the passage of the years comes a preference for results over rhetoric. A good way to celebrate the planet's magnificent fauna and flora is simply to keep it clean.

A shtick grows in Brooklyn

Sometimes history hangs by a thread. The history of American comedy certainly did one summer night in 1951 Chicago. During the seasonal break from "Your Show of Shows," the reigning king of television comedy, Sid Caesar, had taken members of his troupe to the Second City for a two-week run of live theater. When the curtain fell, Caesar liked to hang out and drink with his entourage in his upper-story suite at the Palmer House.

2020 Democratic presidential candidate South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg speaks during a town hall meeting, Tuesday, April 16, 2019, in Fort Dodge, Iowa. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)

Pete Buttigieg: Just another climate alarmist extraordinaire

- The Washington Times

Pete Buttigieg, the Democratic presidential hopeful from the city of South Bend, Indiana, called out climate change as the "greatest security issue of our time" during his recent announcement speech. And if we don't fix it, we'll all die. He's yet the latest from the left to use climate change for political advantage by claiming the same.

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A Georgetown renaissance

Georgetown is no longer the staid old lady of yore. She may not have the buzz of 14th Street, the trendiness of Shaw, Petworth or the H Street corridor, or even the cool of Columbia Heights, but the Georgetown restaurant renaissance is in full swing.

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